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Given a,b,c construct a trigon ABC with :BC=a,BD=b,BA=c. BD is the bisector of the angle ABC
The first step is to draw a line segment of length BC (a) and label its endpoints as B and C.
No, point D must be chosen on the line segment BC such that BD is equal to the given length b.
There can be either two solutions or no solution, depending on the given values of a, b, and c.
The second step is to draw a circle with center at point B and radius equal to the given length c.
No, this construction requires both a straightedge and a compass to draw the circle.